On today's episode we learn about bioarchaeology. What is it, what do bioarchaeologists do, and what can we learn from the study of human remains?
Amanda Wissler, a PhD candidate at Arizona State University, studies the Neo-Assyrian Empire and biological impacts on populations during times of high mobility and social-political change.
Kathleen Paul talks about how much information teeth can give archaeologists on past human lives.
Kathleen Paul, a bioarchaeologist and PhD candidate at Arizona State University, discusses the importance of studying teeth in archaeology, and what they can say about past human lives.